On this occasion, members of the EFPU participated in a book chapter that explores the state of knowledge of the impact of global change variables on different types of ecological interactions in organisms in Patagonian marine environments. In particular, the chapter addresses the role of nutrient input, invasive species, and the impact of multiple stressors on these interactions.
The work is part of the book “Global change in Atlantic coastal Patagonian ecosystems: A journey through time” recently published and in which researchers from the EFPU participate as editors.
Complete reference: Valiñas MS, Blum R, Galván D, Varisco M, Martinetto P. (2022). Global change effects on biological interactions: nutrient inputs, invasive species and multiple drivers shape marine Patagonian communities. In: Global change in Atlantic coastal Patagonian ecosystems: A journey through time, Helbling EW., Narvarte M., González R. & Villafañe V. (Eds). Springer, 291-316.